Harp was introduced to family law as a paralegal more than 10 years ago and found her passion, helping families and children transition through a difficult time. Her skills as a paralegal, and her education in social work, give her the perfect combination of expertise and compassion. After much urging from lawyers she worked with, Harp took the big step of going to law school. She has now transitioned from paralegal at Connect to lawyer.
Harp’s passion for family law stems in part from her desire to help children through adversity. For years Harp has volunteered with young girls and boys coaching soccer, and with Big Brothers and Big Sisters. She has also worked with Child and Family Services and has taken courses in conflict resolution.
Harp is outgoing, diligent, organized, and warm-hearted. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and travelling.